Final Fantasy Compendium

Hecteyes

Comes from the Latin "Hect", meaning "six", and "eyes", meaning "eyes". Close enough, anyway. This monster is a pile of sludge which actually has many, many more than six eyes.

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FF2 NES in-game FF2 PSX in-game FF2 PSX in-game FF2
-Gazer (NA) / Hect Eyes (JP)
-Hecteyes (NA) / Eyemeba (JP)
FF9 in-game FF9
-Abadon
FF5 in-game FF5
-Oculus (NA) / Orcat (JP)
FF7 in-game FF7
-8 Eye (NA) / Hect Eyes (JP)
FF9 in-game FF9
-Hecteyes
FF11 in-game FF11
-Hecteyes (many varieties)
FF12
-Hecteyes
-Melt (rare)

CP: Being an amorph possessing many eyes. It is a little known fact that of these eyes, only the foremost pair actually function. The others are thought to be a clever sort of mimicry intended to confuse those who might strike at the creature's real eyes, and to discourage ambush withal. Unlike most flan, these do not reproduce by division of the entire body. Rather, small nodules protrude from the eye-spots, these then detaching from the creature, having attained sufficient mass, to form autonomous offspring.


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